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The temperature 39 degrees Celsius can be converted to Fahrenheit by multiplying the temperature by 180/100, or 1.8, and then adding 32. In this case, 39 multiplied by 1.8 is 70.2, then added to 32 so it becomes 102.2. T... More »

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35 degrees Celsius is equal to 95 degrees Fahrenheit. To find this answer, use the formula (C x 9/5) + 32 = F, where C represents degrees Celsius and F is degrees Fahrenheit. More »

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200 degrees Celsius is equal to 392 degrees Fahrenheit. There is an easily memorable formula for Celsius to Fahrenheit conversions: simply multiply the original figure by 9, divide by 5 and add 32. To convert the other w... More »

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Use the standard temperature conversion formula to convert degrees of Celsius to degrees of Fahrenheit. Multiply by nine, divide by five and then add 32. More »

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The conversion from 50 degrees Celsius to Fahrenheit is calculated by multiplying the degrees Celsius by 1.8 and adding 32 to the product. The equivalent of 50 degrees Celsius is 122 degrees Fahrenheit. More »

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In order to convert 120 degrees Celsius to its equivalent temperature in degrees Fahrenheit, you need to apply the equation (9/5)C + 32 = F, where C is the temperature in degrees Celsius and F is the temperature in degre... More »

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The temperature 45 degrees Celsius corresponds to 113 degrees Fahrenheit. This can be calculated using the formula F = 9/5 * C + 32, where F = degrees Fahrenheit and C = degrees Celsius. More »

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